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'll make you a bet. if we win tomorrow, i can come home. you said you put me here 'cause i needed care. if i win, that should show you i don't. come on. give me a chance. why do you think i've been doing this? to show you, that's why. what do you say? is it a bet? yeah, dad. it's a bet. dad shouldn't have done that. what did your mom say? he didn't tell her. he said wait till tomorrow. no reason to say anything till we see what happens. if we win tomorrow, she'll leave. i know she will. look, maybe you won't win. it's the combined time, you know. yeah, i know. that's what i've been sitting here thinking about. if i run my best race, we'll probably win. it's a pretty big "if" for you, isn't it? yeah. yeah, it is. i'm stuck right in the middle. if we lose, it'll break granddad's heart. if we win... what do i do? you do what you think is right. that's all any of us can do in this world. it's not easy to do the right thing sometimes, is it? it sure isn't, my friend. it sure isn't. matt. good luck tomorrow. thanks. soothes you to sleep with ingredients like melatonin. it's safe with no side
'll get the car. that's real cute. the only thing you run is something that's got a bet on it. nice day for running. not hot, not cold. no, it's perfect. running! love it! [knock on door] come in. hey, granddad. matt, what are you doing here? i told you i was coming. i brought you a present. oh. what's this? go on. open it. looks pretty good. you didn't touch it. i'm not hungry. maybe that will perk up your appetite. what am i supposed to do with this? walk. i figure we'll take walks together. i haven't got the strength to walk. you and grandma used to walk. that was years ago. that was a year and a half ago. seems like a lifetime. because you stopped everything after grandma died. you stopped living. that's not true. it is, and you know it. is that any way to talk to your grandfather? i'm talking this way because i love you. if people loved me, i wouldn't be here to die. this is where you wait to die. no, it isn't. it is! tell your father i'll die as soon as i can. grandpa, please. come on. go back to your family. i don't belong there anymore. go on. go on. go on! can't sleep, harry? w
. they beat wisconsin 20-14. >>> the mayors of the cities represented by stanford and wisconsin made a bet on the game. now the loser has to make good on the terms of this friendly agreement. you will hear the embarrassing things the mayor of madison, wisconsin has to do. that is coming up at 5:55. >>> time now 5:48. let's go to sal castaneda who is trying to smooth out any problems on the roads for us. >> i think it's pretty good so far. we're not expects a huge commute. and the visibility is good. although it's cold out there. let's take a look at highway 4 coming up to the willow pass grade. it's looking like a lot of people do have to go back. if you are driving on the approach to the bay bridge, it's a little backup in one or two of those lanes. on the pins la highway 101 -- on the peninsula highway 101 looks good. let's go to steve. >>> thank you. very good morning. clear skies. cold morning. no doubt about it. sunny but a little warmer today. few high clouds tomorrow and extended outlook looks quiet. drier pattern. unless there is a little hiccup in the forecast models. there is no
for celebratory inebry yens. >> eric: how you? >> juan: i'm not crazy about it. i bet somebody else is having a better time. >> eric: that is sad. >> juan: going at it. >> kimberly: glass half ful full. >> juan: but i think i make you in puerto rico around new year's eve. it ran in geraldo at the restaurant and i thought it was fox in puerto rico. >> eric: we met in a hot tub. [ laughter ] i think that is juan williams. >> andrea: is that where the story ends? >> eric: i'm walking across a pool, walking by, drink in my hand. walk over and i think that's juan williams in the hot tub. juan? hey, bolling. just what reese up, dude? >> eric: i love new year's eve. it's my second favorite holiday. fourth of july is my favorite, midto feel summer. new year's eve is second. happy time of the jeer. >> andrea: i don't have any fun hot tub stories. >> kimberly: that you went to share. >> andrea: i actually like it. i used to not like it. inused to think it was totally overrated. i still kind of do, but i don't know. the last couple of new year's have been fun. i'm in to it. tonight will be a good night.
yens. >> eric: how you? >> juan: i'm not crazy about it. i bet somebody else is having a better time. >> eric: that is sad. >> juan: going at it. >> kimberly: glass half ful full. >> juan: but i think i make you in puerto rico around new year's eve. it ran in geraldo at the restaurant and i thought it was fox in puerto rico. >> eric: we met in a hot tub. [ laughter ] i think that is juan williams. >> andrea: is that where the story ends? >> eric: i'm walking across a pool, walking by, drink in my hand. walk over and i think that's juan williams in the hot tub. juan? hey, bolling. just what reese up, dude? >> eric: i love new year's eve. it's my second favorite holiday. fourth of july is my favorite, midto feel summer. new year's eve is second. happy time of the jeer. >> andrea: i don't have any fun hot tub stories. >> kimberly: that you went to share. >> andrea: i actually like it. i used to not like it. inused to think it was totally overrated. i still kind of do, but i don't know. the last couple of new year's have been fun. i'm in to it. tonight will be a good night. >> greg: you
own u.s. government. i'm using fiscal cliff and supposed resolution to shore up bonds to bet against bonds. think 2013 will finally be the year of substantially higher interest rates. melissa: really. >> funds like dps are good bets this year. melissa: why would interest rates go up this year? the fed has signaled they will do absolutely everything they can to keep money cheap for the rest of our natural lives. >> and the bond market seems to be laughing at the fed up sharply in terms of yield today. not too far off from multimonth highs. this sunday radar screen idea that could make big money in 2013. melissa: harry, are you brave enough to fight the fed? >> yes, i am. i think they will lose this battle. they are doing everybody japan and other countries have done not worked. we're talking over decades now. japan has been down 22 years will never come out of this. they're not revoke turing massive debt. they're not recognizing demographics only get worse. the illusion the economy will get better if we keep stimulating u you have to cut now, rebalance now to have long-term growth. th
gift. >> i bet. >> exactly the same age. >> thanks for joining us. b [c [dramatic music] ♪ >> thank you, guys. [laughs] hi. [smooching] >> you look fabulous. >> no, you're fabulous. >> no, you do. look at you. >> you. hello, and welcome to millionaire. well, if today's first contestant doesn't win a lot o money here on money here on millionaire, she can probably earn some serious cash working as a lookalike for liza minnelli. >> oh, my goodness. >> from long beach, mississippi, please welcome deborah bishop. hi, deborah. >> hi. [cheers and applause] >> well, you do bear a striking resemblance. resemblance. do you get mistaken for her a lot? >> oh, wait, let me tell you the story. >> okay. >> i was in new orleans, and it was on halloween, and i had on an off-the-shoulder sequin dress
the only bay health indicators that worsened. grab and oxygen levels got bet better. the the bay is still dangerously out of balance. strategies are starting to work. >>> an oil drilling rig is threatening the environment in alaska. it is new grounded on an island, killing more than 150,000 gallons of fuel and other petroleum products. it's not clear how much was spilled. teams are working to contain any environmental damage. >>> pennsylvania's governor is taking issue with ncaa sanctions against penn state following the jerry sandusky child sexual abuse scandal. last july the organization handed down harsh sanctions, including a fine of $60 m the governor said the ncaa did not have the authority to issue the sanctions. >> the ncaa shouldn't have sanctioned penn state, i believe and the suit contends the ncaa has no authority and operated outside of their own by laws with these sanctions that they brought. this was cral matter, not a violation of ncaa rules. >> the ncaa spokesman said they don't talk about legal actions until they're filed. >>> the preliminary hearing for the suspect in t
matters. >> let's get to the playoff showdown coming this sunday. the mayor of seattle announces a bet with the d.c. mayor as the playoff match approaches. about one hour ago, the seattle mayor said -- ba >> coming up, an interview with robert for the third. >> changes on the way in or light bulb. you may want to get to the store soon. >> in silver spring, it in a controversy when a 6-year-old goes to another student and says powell and was suspended. the family says that is an overreaction. >> skies are clearing out and it will get cold. teams by morning. >> good news tonight for the u.s. auto market. sales should top 15 million in 2013 nearly 7% more than 2012 and the strongest sales forecasts since before the recession. this optimistic prediction hinges on spending cuts being debated on capitol hill and the availability of consumer credit. >> the new year means lights out for 75 watt light bulbs. under federal law 75 watt incandescent bulbs can no longer be produced or imported. retailers can sell existing stocks until they run out. the government is gradually phasing
's resolutions that takes will power and support to succeed. but did you know there are people betting against you? doesn't that sound horrible? we'll tell you who they are, and why in the world anyone would want to bet against you. are there any good people left in the world? >> yeah, there are. a few. >> that's why we don't make new year's resolutions. >> did you make one? >> no. just not to work on new year's. >>> first, congress has kicked off 2013 by finally closing the deal to real the country back in from the fiscal cliff. >> the house voted on a measure that will spare most americans from a big tax hike. but there are still big economic issues looming. abc's karen travers is in washington with the latest. >> reporter: good morning paula. good morning, john. it wasn't pretty. neither party got what they wanted and they didn't even get it done on time. but last night, congress sent president obama a deal in on the fiscal cliff. after months of drama and some tense last-minute negotiations, congress finally passed legislation to avoid the fiscal cliff. after the vote, a rare late-night st
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help us bet the word out about the free muni applications and perhaps work together with janet schultz and the other associate superintendents about how we can reach as many students as possible at school sites? thank you very much. >> okay. item e, parent advisory committee pac report representative. >> >> good evening superintendent carranza, president yee and commissioners. my name is gloria and a member of the parent advisory committee and parent of two children and i wanted to extend my congratulations to all the achievements presented earlier today with staff and schools and our representatives. so thank you for your hard work and dedication. and for your commitment. i wanted it make comments on several areas that the pac has worked on. pac will continue conducting some community conversations when asked. the pac is considering expanding its work with restorative practice by promoting the parent component of the whole school implementation. and the project team wants to look at how parents are being brought into the implementation process of restorative practices at the three
the standard for the fast past rate for senior citizens, mr. rifkin bet r be willing to pay $100 a month for his fast pass. [speaker not understood] equality for everyone. >> next speaker, please. >> barry toronto followed by mark gruberg. is mr. gruberg here? okay, all right. >> mr. toronto. >>> yes, good afternoon again. i first want to alert you that i saw on facebook somebody shared a link of an article in the new york times about the international association of taxi regulators was working on creating regulations to deal with those apps, [speaker not understood] and side cart. our own chris hiyashi has been instrumental in being involved in helping create those regulations. i think i'm a little disturbed that this information is not getting out to you guys and to us about what you guys are actually doing. i think it's important that this information and what she's actually proposing be included, is actually advertised -- proposed -- advertised so we have an idea what's going on. and that helps us in having confidence that sfmta is doing something, and where this is going to go. and
for an assisted arrest" and i said "you bet your life too and i also want a sf tv star" and anyway those small things happen. i paid the police department and the city back. we put this together with a group of volunteerses, the original command center. the wonderful volunteers that exist in san francisco. not people advising you but people coming here doing stuff and they represented the great cross section of san francisco. had two retired school teachers who came to this temporary building everyday for five years, and provided administrative assistance. they were wonderful. one of them was mary louise green. dave ebberly -- you haven't heard that name. he was the guy bouncing around and i found out he was the volunteer driver of the emergency vehicle that we had which was parked in a fire house at the other end of the city and get a call at 2:00 o'clock in the morning and get in that vehicle, and i later learned -- i'm sorry dave. i didn't understand at the time. it was manual transmission and manual brakes and i wish i could have hired him and he he is and somebody was smart enoug
girl and a supervisor of san francisco, i bet that you will be able to tell which one is which. >> the 10-year-old girl is the president of her class at her elementary school and the larger person is a member of the board of supervisors. >> hang on hannah oconnel and scott weiner. [ applause ] >> so i am not hannah. i will be reading wishes tonight and alternate. the first is from sisters in gramic of the sisters of loreto my wish is that we achieve marriage equality in every state and we resend doma on the federal level to achieve full quality for lesbian and gay relationships across the land. >> i wish that the bees were not dying from. >> that is a good one. >> my hope is for improved economic conditions for my country's most vulnerable people that we create healthy environments and green spaces and by country men and women become fully conscious of their ability to change things for the better. >> baptist from haiti. my wish is for more justice, economic as well as social justice, starting with the recognition that poverty is not a sin. >> i wish for wish for a world withou
, hardwood floor, that is a decision i would not make that bet on. it is an aesthetic thing. >> do byers asked about screeng -- green? >> not yet. >> it is coming. >> we have with us in the audience a couple of folks from the department of the environment. barry, what do you have to add? >> one is the exciting actions the association of realtors has been taking, to be the first and the california to provide space in their database for industry standard, recognized green measures. aside from cork flooring or other surface treatments, which are a consideration, a buyer could have summary information about if the home has been measured for energy performance, and has some independent organization confirmed that you have actually installed -- that there is a reason to call it green. that has only been out there few months. another metric of the fact that could have on the market when that becomes a little more populated in the database would be looking at whether that affects the days on the market, which i would expect to be more likely a factor of change, because if you are filtering your
are not betting against a further rally, a strong rally now that we had this fiscal deal. the indicators at the moment are for a flatter open for u.s. indices. >> steve sedgwick, thank you very much. >>> with so much time an energy devoted to the fiscal cliff, there were other big issues on capitol hill that got put off until the new congress arrives tomorrow. that includes a bill to help those effected by superstorm sandy. a package was passed last week by the senate, now lawmaker also have to start the process from scratch because legislation does not carry over from the last congress to this new one. for those hit hardest by the storm, the frustration was bipartisan. >> this congress is apparently leaving town without responding to that emergency. there's not one of us, not one of us in this congress that could not be in the same position. and i'm deeply disappointed, mr. speaker. and the people who have been damaged by sandy, including governor christie, a republican, and governor cuomo, a democrat, should be deeply disappointed and, yes, angry. >> we have a moral obligation to hold
, i bet you guys didn't know. i'm going to make my phone move all by itself. in three, two -- >> whoa! >> there are no strings, ladies and gentlemen. no strings. >> no strings. no. nothing. >> it's just doing like a 360, is it taking a photo? >> oh. hi. >> i am making a video and my phone is moving all by itself. while it's doing it. generally we say magic is -- >> science we can't explain. >> but this one is actually a science we can explain. there's an app for that. >> aw, all right. >> it's called cycloramic. it uses the phone's vibration and sensors to make it turn by itself. it was awarded a pogy award for brightest ideas of the year in "the new york times." >> let's see the picture you got. >> and there is one other thing. >> how much does it cost? >> 99 cents, it's not terribly expensive. but no audio. >> what? >> just one big picture? >> i just noticed this. unless you realize what it's doing and you kind of look at the camera, it's just a boob shot. some pervert came up with this app. it's just a spinning boob shot. >> i love this app! >> it's in the early stages, but people
they go after republican administrations trying to staff the government. h the media bet the democrats who tryna and keep control of the government. it means even if you elected a reforming republican president, he or she would have difficulty governing washington. that's their objective to make it a permanent beurocracy. >> are you a member of the tea party. nobody more demonized than the tea party crowd. give us the proof and no evidence. >> never. andev the remarkable -- the reason, sean, is we don't ever frame the debate. the rule in debating is -- there is one rule. he who frames the debate wins the debate. i will give you an example with the school shooting. you have the president and the left wing democrats coming out now and talking about banning guns.ou where are the republicans to talk about the idea of the culture of the movie of the gun violence on tv and of the feminist agenda that has literally ruined men and young boys in this country so you have these 20 something kids that are considered to have had it all and are now reduced to this. this is not a debate. >> yesterday do
. but with the debt and spike over the spending cut the triple-a thing i wouldn't bet on. >> eric: hello. i'm eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, dana perino, greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: thanks for joining us for our first show of 2013. my goal this year -- stop it, greg -- is have more fun than any other show on cable news. plen of that for you today. in illinois strip clubs now charge $3 a head and the money goes to charity. true story. hollywood celebs put out a psa on gun control. beckel says diet and for size will kill you. we'll explain that one the clowns in d.c. held us hostage for three months over the fiscal cliff. the u.s. house and senate agreed on a plan. after the wrappingalling, horse trading and bab stabbing, what did they come up with? this graph on the left shows the revenue increases. $62 billion. on the right is how much we add to deficit ever year. i call this a fiscal farce. taxes going up. mandatory sequestration wasn't mandatory after all. we've been told another bottle of d.c. snake oil. in the end, president
they go after republican administrations trying to staff the government. the media bets congressional democrats try to keep control of different pieces of the government. if you elected or reform conservative president, he or she would have difficulty governing washington. that is their objective to make it a permanent bureaucracy resisting election result autos good point. jennifer you're a member of the tea party. nobody more demonized than tea party crowds, right? >> right. right. >> racist? 100,000 tdzs give us proof no, evidence. >> never. the reason, sean, is because we don't ever frame the debate. the rule in debating is that one rule, he who frames the debate, wins the debate. i'll give you an example. the school shooting. you have the president and left wing democrats talking about banning guns. where are the republicans to talk about the idea of the culture? the movie is in the gun violence in tv. of the feminist agenda that ruined men and young boys in this country so 20 something kids choose to be considered those who have it all are now reduced to this? sick with mental i
once owned by an icon, certainly not appealing to everyone, but lavine bets there is something else among their wide variety of items that might catch your eye. >> once we get someone in the door, they're hooked. i mean, it's the best way i believe to buy anything. >> that was fox' linda williams reporting. >>> we still have plenty ahead, your weather, traffic and all your top stories. >> fox 5 morning news continues right now. >>> straight up 5:00 on this wednesday. taking a live look at the u.s. capitol dome. it has been be busy there over the past couple of days. the house finally passing a compromise on the fiscal cliff. we're going to have more on that coming up in a report. good morning, everyone. i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin. welcome to fox 5 morning news. before we get to that, we want to get to tucker barnes and find out what's happening outside in the weather world. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> i'm not sure everybody is going back to work, everybody going back to work and and school today. weather is going to be quiet, looking fine. generally dry condit
of palo alto won a friendly rosebowl bet. he bet that stanford would beat madison. the mayor of madison lost the bet. according to the terms of the deal, he has to wear a stanford cap at a city council meeting, he also has to fly the stanford flag in madison and plant a tree in stanford's honor. >>> ten minutes before 8:00. future new year's celebrations in old san francisco are now in debt. how a terrible crime could put an end to p festivities. >>> and what the early readings about the snowpack are telling us about the water fly in the state. well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv with a total home dvr included free for life. only $29 a month for six months. rethink possible. >>> eight minutes before 8:00. today is california's first snow survey taken by hand for the winter s
i think the best bet is to just follow the alert. live in san rafael, anne makovec, cbs 5. >> probably a good idea. thank you. >>> let's get a look at weather and traffic. first to meteorologist lawrence karnow. good morning. >> good morning. i suspect that class is probably like going to traffic school. >> probably. so much fun. >> hey, folks. it is freezing around the bay area right now. getting around that. clear air overnight and well, that dry air and the cold temperatures combine to bring freeze warnings in the north bay, frost advisories inside the bay in toward the san jose and santa clara areas, as well. looks like it is going to slowly warm up but boy, it's going to take time so very cold start to the morning. by the afternoon though these 20s and 30s probably running up into the 50s in most spots. looking good over the embarcadero, clear skies and cold temperatures but not bad. 30 degrees in concord. 27 degrees now in santa rosa. 45 degrees in san francisco. high pressure in control. it's going to hold on now and looks like it's going to stick around for a while
of like traffic school for "spare the air" violators. so your best bet, just avoid allen martin together and don't burn today. live in san rafael, anne makovec, cbs 5. >>> i love those bank thermometers. they are usually off a bit. there's one in walnut creek in a heat wave usually says it's about 122! folks, around the bay area no getting around it, it is cold outside this morning. we have freezing temperatures and freeze warnings up in much of the north bay even some frost advisories inside the bay. got those cold temperatures out there in the 20s and mid-30s. waking up to some widespread frost all around the bay area. probably going to have to chisel some ice off your windshield. beautiful shot over the bay right now. nice and clear. high pressure sitting overhead. and that's allowing these temperatures to really drop off. 29 degrees right now in concord. it is 40 degrees though in oakland. 34 in san jose. and 27 degrees in santa rosa. i think as we look toward the afternoon we'll find plenty of sunshine. the temperatures not too bad. 57 degrees in san jose. 57 also in cupertino and 5
and ends with yourself. >> we can use our imaginations. we can do the math. >> thanks, john. >> you bet. see you later. called me old-fashioned but i don't think it's appropriate in the people's house. >> let's hope harwood can rise above the d.c. rhetoric. >> of course he can, and as we head towards a debt ceiling showdown how do we reach a deal in this obvious hostile environment? >> let's get perspective from republican tom cole along with democratic congressman adam schiff. congressman cole, first to you. how can we expect a deal amid all this partisan bickering? >> well, i think if the president will lead, we'll put forward real spending cuts, real entitlement reform, we'll be able to handle this. so far he hasn't done that. talks a lot about a balanced approach. he got revenue last night. frankly i worked on that, and helped my friends achieve that, but now it's time for him to live up his end of the bargain and put serious spending cuts and serious entitlement remember forms on a table. if he does, he'll find willing partners in the republican conference. >> congressman schiff, t
to make it happen. but believe it or not, some people are betting against you. here's abc's matt gutman. >> three, two, one. happy new year! >> reporter: no sooner had the new year's ball dropped and up popped jessica simpson. one of is very first ads of the new year. >> because when a weight loss program is built for human nature, you can expect amazing. >> reporter: our resolutions, more personal. about 40% of americans make these promises. >> i was going to try to be nicer to my brother. >> not complaining as much. >> take more risks in life. >> reporter: by some accounts, a third of these promises are broken before the end of january. not so amazing. the perennial top two resolutions are increasing exercise and decreasing your weight. it's a $66 billion industry. do they continue with the programs they start? >> there are some people that do, but there's a group that's consistently inconsistent. >> reporter: market analysts show that gym memberships peak in january and by march, they plummet. in fact, one study shows 80% of new members become no members after just eight weeks. >> it
to know an event that brings so much joy to the city also has such an impressive fiscal impact, bet directly to the park as well as indirectly. and we've seen marked improvements in the parks every year since outside lands has been in golden gate park and many thanks to both rec and park and another planet for all the hard work they're putting into that. we really hope that you extend this for another eight years so we can continue to see those improvements. thanks. >> thank you. >>> good afternoon, my name is julio thomas and i'm a long-time resident of the inner richmond at 710 fifth avenue. i'm land use and real estate attorney by training and have been involved in issues like the de young museum and parking garage, that involved access and mitigation measured. and i've just been real impressed a someone who has gone to the festival for the last five years and seen the issues that another side has had to deal with, how effectively it's communicated with the residents and how enjoyable the festival really is. i've definitely witnessed impacts, tremendous positive impacts on the lo
that night on a regular basis. but nightlife is your best bet to come in as a regular person pharmacy the academy at night, and visit with friends. calacademy.org/nightlife. we have details for the next few weeks. you can get tickets online in advance or at the door. >> thank you so much. thank you for watching culturewire on sf gov tv. >> good morning. welcome to the regular meeting of the budget and finance committee. my name is carmen chu, chair of the committee. supervisor avalos will be joining us shortly. he is currently at the bay area air quality management district. i'm also joined by supervisor kim. our clerk today is mr. young. at sfgt we have jennifer low and mark bunch. mr. low, do you have any announcements? >> yes. please turnoff all cell phones and electronic devices. completed speaker cards and copies of any documents to be included as part of the [speaker not understood] should be submitted to the clerk. items acted upon today will appear on the december 11, 2012 board of supervisors agenda unless otherwise stated. >> thank you very much. would you call item 1? >> it
. >> josh, thank you so much. >> you bet. >>> now, we go to the startling arrest of a young, manhattan couple for alleged possession of weapons and explosives popular with terrorists. she was nine months pregnant and gave birth to a baby girl in custody. abc's john muller has more on the strange story. >> reporter: she is from a prominent family on new york's ritzy upper east side. he is a harvard graduate. but this morning, police are investigating why 31-year-old aaron green and his girlfriend, 27-year-old morgan, had an arsenal of weapons, capable of massive destruction in their greenwich village, apartment. >> they had a terrorists encyclopedia. they had improvised and modified firearms. a do-it-ourself sub machine gun. >> reporter: police had been investigating him for credit card fraud when they received a tip from a couple they invited into the apartment. when police went to investigate, a shocking discovery. seven grams of a chemical called hmtb, a powerful explosive used in bombmaking. so unstable and dangerous, the entire building had to be evacuated saturday. police also sei
. >> looking great. >> i bet it's that exercise that has something to do with it. after the gym, she says she goes to the mall for lunch and does power walking there. she doesn't let up. and she admits exercising and eating right is not the only thing you have to do to stay young. she likes to dance and meet new people and have fun. >> got to have a great time. if your new year's resolution is to lose a few pounds, you want to rethink this. a study says being slightly overweight may help you live longer. researchers looked at data on a 3 million adults around the world and found people with a little extra weight had a 6% lower risk of dying compared to those considered normal. now it's not an excuse to pack on the pounds. obese people have more than a triple risk of dying. >>> today history is making its way back to baltimore citych the fire department after more than 70 years a hand wooden fire truck will come home. the antique truck is believed to have been made by a city firefighter in the late 19 30s or 1940s. it spent the last few decades in south carolina with the owner. >>> start the n
. officers arrested hains about 40 minute later. >> bet he had no idea that was coming. >> caught you by surprise. you get caught. they always do eventually. >> there you go. stay with us. news4 today continues right now at 5:00 a.m. >>> the capitol is quiet this morning after a night of tense debate that ended with a tax deal that keeps most americans' taxes from going up. >>> plus, why those waiting for federal help after superstorm sandy will have to keep waiting. good morning, ip aaron gilchrist. >> imt eun yang. let's take a live look outside right now. about 4:59. cold start. 37 degrees. you said you saw flurries. >> just one or two o maybe coming down. let's check in with meteorologist tom kierein to see what you can expect today, tom. >> i saw number three and number four. very few flurries trying to reach the ground on this cold 2nd day of january. starting off with a lot of cloudiness. the areas south and east of washington, the pink color, they're getting a few sprinkles and flurries mixed in. that's in southern calvert county, across st. mary's, into the northern neck of v
billion bet on bank of america and stock buyback from a long time investor valued at $1.2 billion. they did even better if you analyze the book value. up 7.8%. lori: warren appreciates that. he appreciates you adding that. melissa: there you go. real progress or is just washington kicking the can down the road. lori: that is my band. melissa: puttings off the inevitable. lou dobbs is back. with physical -- fiscal advice for washington as lawmakers gear up for the next debate on the debt ceiling. i don't know. lori: interest rates today. 1.83 on the 10-year. we're back in a moment. melissa: it wasn't pretty but congress got a deal to save is from the fiscal cliff so everything is great now, right? no. another cliff is coming just two months from now. congress will have to act to raise the debt ceiling. lou dobbs is here now to weigh in. -- raise the debt ceiling. >> i have to say i'm just relegating to all this the same trash heap that originated mayan apocalypse as well as the fiscal cliff. i'm not paying attention to their bull anymore. melissa: no. >> it gets kind of funny when
that this is a bet on the global economy. i am looking around at all these different global estimates for gdp next year. i think they are extraordinarily low. let's just take some things that have happened over the last couple weeks. japan just elected a guy who is out of his mind. i am not very excited about his money printing policies. this guy is so serious about bringing back the warrior spirit of japan. brazil is being underestimated. the global economy is what will drive caterpillar. i think this stock will be off to the races. connell: i am sure you do not like him out of this deal, but look at stocks. charles: i am making people a lot of money today. this is a knee-jerk reaction. it is a good sign that a sigh of relief rally, but it does not mean much for our economy. it could also be much worse which is what the market is celebrating. connell: charles, next hour, we will see you. time to go back to nicole petallides. nicole: we avoided a disaster. let's celebrate. we are off of our earlier highs. all three had been above 2% each. we are still seeing a gain of the dow. the tech heavy nasda
they would bet the rate, the exemption rate would have come in at 3 1/2 million dollars, but it stayed at 5 million dollars. >> husband and wife pass away together, let's suppose, they pass away together. 10 million dollars is excluded from tax. >> great point. the estate tax is not due until the second death, but yes, in that case 10 million dollars from federal estate tax. by the state. stuart: dividend taxes. >> you know, this is interesting, it's only going to affect the top bracket again. stuart: you've got 400,000. >> 400 individual and 450-- >> let's get real clear. if you make $400,000 or more, the tax you pay on any dividend income has just gone up to what? >> from 15 to 20% on capital gains from 15 to 20%. the person in the 15 to 15% bracket pay zero just like last year. the person in the 25 to 035% bracket, they're going to pay 15%. the only increase is on people who are making 400,000 individual or 450,000 joint. stuart: okay. >> they're going to pay 20%. stuart: capital gains taxes, as of now where? >> same exempting as dividends. 15 to 20% only on the highest earners. stuart:
three times. i can bet you today, ali, republicans have kicking themselves for not taking the deal that was on the table a year and a half ago where the president offered $3 in spending cuts for of dollar of revenue. they're not in the position for republicans to being demanding that now. democrats will make the tough decisions. president obama have said that. they understand that spending cuts do need to happen and reducing the debt and deficit is absolutely a priority for them as well as for their voters, but i think they're in a very strong position going into that to do it in a way that is fair, balanced, and in a way where the most vulnerable americans will be the ones that will be hurt the most. >> for those of you who just joined us, the house has passed the bill, the final tally is 257 in favor, 167 against. markets around the world are reacting to this. the major markets that are open are australia and south korea. australia is up about 1.9%. south korea about 1.4%. that might be a harbinger about what they're going to see. they're tallying up and doing procedural stuff. w
done three times. i can bet you today, ali, republicans have kicking themselves for not taking the deal that was on the table a year and a half ago where the president offered $3 in spending cuts for of dollar of revenue. they're not in the position for republicans to being demanding that now. democrats will make the tough decisions. president obama have said that. they understand that spending cuts do need to happen and reducing the debt and deficit is absolutely a priority for them as well as for their voters, but i think they're in a very strong position going into that to do it in a way that is fair, balanced, and in a way where the most vulnerable americans will be the ones that will be hurt the most. >> for those of you who just joined us, the house has passed the bill, the final tally is 257 in favor, 167 against. markets around the world are reacting to this. the major markets that are open are australia and south korea. australia is up about 1.9%. south korea about 1.4%. that might be a harbinger about what they're going to see. they're tallying up and doing procedural stuff. w
into west jackson street. that intersection right there, that will be the best bet to continue on to winton or the 92 junction. and live shot of the san mateo bridge. headed in the westbound direction, taillights are moving at the limit up to foster city in the eastbound direction moving at the limit. no delays. it's about 15-16 minute drive as you make your way to east bay or vice versa. >>> you know how people are watching for clues, apple may be close to releasing a new iphone. >> here is jane king. >> good morning. fiscal cliff deal means slower economic growth because you will be paying more for n taxes for social security. someone earning about $50,000 will pay almost a thousand dollars more a year. they say the higher taxes on singles making over $400,000 and couples making over $450,000 will limit growth and slow job creation. and the ads for the superbowl ons, there will be three longer than a minute. they are selling for record rates. lined up for the iphone 5. will they do the same for the iphone 6? apple is working on the hardware and app for iphone 6.1. >> they report it was se
on everyone, they would have gotten the blame. from his perspective, that was a bad political bet. so they're now focused on the big fights coming, the debt crisis, the continuing resolution. the problem with that is they think they have leverage and i'm not sure they do because, again, the consequences of making that again such a political battle -- >> jim, talk to that. why do you guys have leverage? a lot of republicans on capitol hill say, look, we should too much blood on this tax fight but we are more than happy to bring the president to his knees over these budget wars in the next 60 to 90 days. explain why you guys have such good leverage. >> i think the leverage is pretty simple. we've given the president his tax increases on the rich. the rich people are saying more or however the president wants to say it. so that part is off the table. now we get to concentrate on the spending. this president has run trillion dollar deficits every single year and he's had no interest in trying to slow those down. i think over the next 60 days for republicans to win this battle, they're going to
to hold the line from $250,000 to $400,000. that was something you wouldn't bet on necessarily, but they did. >> the republicans, and to michael's point, the republicans have to start saying, okay, yes, the debt is a terrible problem long term, and indeed it is, and everybody can agree on that, but you have to start putting some specifics on the table. >> something besides just more tax cuts. >> thank you very much. we're going to have to make that the last point and thank norm ornstein for being with us and wish you a happy new year. >> thank you, same to you, joy. >>> now for a bit of good news. while this congress was one of the most partisan and least productive in history, there are signs of progress on the way. we'll explain why there's hope for the 113th after the break. >>> so we're 40 minutes into the show and so far we've been pretty down on the 112th congress, but there is some hope on the horizon. tomorrow, the 113th congress is sworn in, and they already have something that's set them apart from the outgoing class, diversity. the new congress is set to be the most
of these blowhazard is ever going to let you see the returns after what i bet was a fiasco year what i can only call an alleged strategy of the not even a fault strategy. not even a strategy. why did risk on risk off lead you astray? the s&p 500 gained 13.5 last year. but 16% of you included reinvested dividends, we know for sure those who played the on/off switch game, the binary nan sense didn't get to reinvest the dividends whichy hugely important to the component of this this year's performance. some of these trading tailgunners may not have gotten anything to show for their difference. even as companies continued to raise higher and higher payouts, second the shorthand risk/no risk let you down entirely. let's take europe. what was risky? the bonds, stocks? bonds miraculous former stocks incredible, too. i guess if you flitted from risk on to risk off and back again, you sold low and bought high. pretty regularly. maybe daily. because the riskiest moments theoretically what were you supposed to avoid if you were playing risk off were the times when the biggest amounts of money were made. the no
: i would that against it. >> host: but i was betting against roberts, too. but then what would've happened if somebody has would've set. anthony kennedy would've stepped out. there would've been a much different dynamic. so i think roberts is different in some ways. he's much more polished in his dealings with all of these constituencies, but conservative , like his boss, william rehnquist, i think really cut from the same bolt of cloth. >> host: john jenkins, thank you so much and good luck with your book. >> guest: thank you so much. thank you for having me today. >> host: that would strain to which authors of the nonfiction books are renovated or journalists, public posting makers, legislators and others familiar with the material. "after words" airs at 10:00 p.m. on saturday, 12:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. at sunday at 12:00 a.m. on monday. you can watch "after words" online. go to booktv.org and click on afterwards in the booktv series and topics list on the upper right side of the page. >> now on the national mall in washington d.c., biographer walter isakson presents his book,
"the war room." >> always a pleasure. >> jennifer: you bet. he has become the ultimate political fixer. got a problem? don't worry. just let joe biden go in there and straighten some people out. plus it wasn't be the 112th congress if they weren't messing something up. boehner's boyed failed to act on the bill to help victims of hurricane sandy. >> for me it was disappointing and disgusting to watch. rich, chewy caramel rolled up in smooth milk chocolate. don't forget about that payroll meeting. rolo.get your smooth on. also in minis. [ lisa ] my name's lisa, and chantix helped me quit. i honestly loved smoking and i honestly didn't think i would ever quit. [ male announcer ] along with support chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. it put me at ease that you could smoke on the first week. [ male announcer ] some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood hostility, agitation depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking ch
a friendly rose bowl wager. bet that stanford university would beat the university of wisconsin madison. the mayor of madison lost as the cardinals beat the badgers 20-14. according to the terms of the wager he must now wear a stanford cap at a city council meeting and has to fly the stanford flag in madison and plant a tree in stan ford's honor. >> that's what happens when you lose. >>> time 6:49. it's slow in oakland? >> it is slow because of a crash. southbound 880 near fruitvale. it's backing up to 23rd. it started off as not being is a big traffic jam but now that more people are on the road it's causing an unexpected delay as you head down. you may want to give yourself a little extra time. or if you can somehow get on the freeway after fruitvale you will save yourself plenty of time. you can see after fruitvale it looks great. northbound traffic is largely uneffected by that crash. bay bridge toll plaza is not a big delay at all. there was a slight delay. now let's go to steve. >>> thank you, sal. we have clear skies. can be a patch or two of fog to the north. it's mainly cold. b
around like once you get out of the water. >> splashing, having fun. >> no. >> i bet you some of these people, even if it wasn't for charity, they'd still do it just to say they did it. >>> coming up on 41 minutes after the hour on this 2nd day of the new year. >> that's right. tom kierein has your forecast now. starting with weather and traffic on the 1s. tom? >> i just towelled off from that plunge. oe map, the potomac river water temperatures are only a bit above freezing. in the region, temperatures are dropping. the air temperatures as we have colder air surging in on northwesterly breezes. it's producing a few scattered flurries trying to reach the ground. most of them not in the district. southern montgomery into prince george's and anne arundel. in green and pink, maybe a few flurries mixing in with a few sprinkles of light rain where it's above freezing there. it's now below freezing. northern, western suburbs into the mountains. reagan national at 37. the hometown forecast germantown, northern montgomery county. by 7:00 a.m., upper 20s there. by noontime, only a litt
. >> you bet. gerri: washington's last-minute deal to avert a monster they created has left neither side coming victory, everybody seems to be mad. now moody's is warning, their compromise does not go far enough to protect our country's aaa rating and is urging congress to do more. with more on this, democratic strategist, director of communications for american crossroads and ed rollins, republican strategist and fox news contributor. i'm going to start with you. you have the most experience with these kinds of things. moody's has already saying, ready warning, already sending a blank saying we're not where we need to be. what do you make of this? >> it's a disaster. you have not only raise taxes on the more well-to-do but basically handicapped yourself. try and raise more revenue. as the grippy have to go to again and there is always a net loss. you take a couple hundred thousand away from someone making a million. it has also split the republican party. clearly put in the speakership in jeopardy. all they're looking for is a horse. pro the have the votes to dump him. that is a terribl
levels and play on the whys. liz: bill, i bet your chloric intake is down to the actual calorie every day; right? >> something like that, sure. liz: you're so displained. happy new year. >> happy new year, liz. >> chief strategist at bell curve. listen to him. making great calls every time. closing bell ringing in 48 minutes. now that congress got something done finally, what's that mean for you and your money? stretching out your 2013. that's what we are looking at. that's the theme, breaking down one of the upper income brackets, and what kind of taxes they will see. what kind of itemized deductions are they allowed? you name it, we have the answers for the upper income folks, and, plus, corporate america on the debt ceiling. a ceo who fast tracked dividends payouts because he was so nervous about december 31st coming and what the taxes might have been. how he feels now, how he feels about the housing market, and are confident consumers buying things to fill houses with his products? uncertainty. ceo of ethan allen sizing up the impact on hiring, spending, and whether the fast tracking
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